On Tuesday, September 7 and Wednesday, September 8, Milford School District students returned to in-person classroom learning for the first time since March 2020. The district says that only a small number of students are still learning remotely.
“We had a great first day in all of our schools,” Dr. Kevin Dickerson, Superintendent, said. “There was much excitement throughout our schools. Our entire staff was excited to see the full return of our students. Most importantly, our students looked and seemed very happy to be back in school with all of their classmates and our staff.”
Beyond the first days of school, Dr. Dickerson explained that the district had a successful first week and are thankful that the students, staff and families were able to come together to make the week go smoothly.
“We all needed a week like this and we are just so elated to be able to have all our students back into school,” Dr. Dickerson said. “We look forward to educating and serving our students and families throughout the school year.”
The district will continue providing remote learning options to students who have specific medical needs or other short-term situations that make it difficult for them to attend in-person learning. Dr. Dickerson explained that the district is collaborating with families in these unique situations to best serve the student who is impacted.
“We have been fortunate to not have mask issues so far,” Dr. Dickerson said. “Our entire district community has been incredibly compliant with masks and we thank our district community for this. This has immensely helped us to have a great start within our schools.”
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